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www.VintageGuitar.com       Issue No. 015

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VG Overdrive is a twice-monthly e-newsletter from your friends at Vintage Guitar magazine. VG Overdrive keeps you up-to-date on exclusive contests and giveaways, and delivers classic VG articles right to your inbox! Sign up today and share it with your friends.

Fender Jazz BassFender Jazz Bass

"Stack-knob" is a catch phrase that has been causing bass collectors to perk up their ears for decades — these relatively rare examples of the earliest Fender Jazz Basses are among the first electric basses to be "collected" instead of just bought, sold, and played until they fell apart! Along with the '50s Precision, these primal Jazz Bass examples stand as the ultimate Fender bass — sought for their tone, feel, and aura of almost forbidding cool. Built during the transition between '50s and '60s Fenders, they combine the impeccable craftsmanship of Fender's pre-guitar boom period with the modern '60s look. Click to read more

 

Dan Fogelberg's Gretsch White PenguinDan Fogelberg's Gretsch White Penguin

Dan Fogelberg's success as a singer and songwriter far overshadows his reputation as a musician, but the man whose tenor voice and sentimental songs ruled the Adult Contemporary charts in the early 1980s was actually quite an accomplished guitarist. Evidence is on The Innocent Age and Windows and Walls — the albums that yielded his biggest pop hits — where he was the only guitarist listed in the recording credits. One of his favorite electrics, which he owned from the beginning of his recording career, was also one of the rarest of collectibles — this '58 stereo Gretsch White Penguin. Click to read more

 

The Official Vintage Guitar Price Guide 2013FOR FUN AND PROFIT

Whether a weekend picker, full-time player, casual enthusiast, or everyday dealer, you will rely on The Official Vintage Guitar Price Guide 2013 as the reference to help determine the value of vintage and collectible instruments. With 624 pages full of information on more than 2,000 brands supported by 1,300 photos and more than 167,000 copies sold, The Guide remains the industry's hands-down leading source of pricing information. Here's what a few of the experts say about The Guide:

 "The Official Vintage Guitar Price Guide is like the Dow Jones of the guitar market. We rely on it for pricing, trends, and guitar and amp valuations. All guitarists have an opinion about value, yet everyone agrees there is only one Guide — the standard you can't live without." — David Kalt, Chicago Music Exchange

 "Go with your gut, then crack open The Guide for a reality check! An invaluable tool for any dealer, collector, or novice, its prices are the result of meticulous data collection that helps determine real-market values for excellent-condition instruments. It tracks annual value fluctuations and keeps all of us on our toes!" — Andrew Winn, Drew's Vintage Guitars

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Log on and register for a chance to win a Tonebone PZ-Pre Acoustic Preamp and Control Center from Radial Engineering - A $399.99 value!

Log on and register for a chance to win a Tonebone PZ-Pre Acoustic Preamp and Control Center from Radial Engineering - A $399.99 value!

The PZ-Pre features 100 percent discreet Class A piezo boost circuitry (PZB) plus a high-efficiency preamp designed to reduce distortion and noise while maximizing headroom.

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Log on and register for a chance to win a TTS BMT Overdrive pedal! - A $200 value!

Log on and register for a chance to win a TTS BMT Overdrive pedal! - A $200 value!

BMT Overdrive - BMT is for Bass, Middle, and Treble. An overdrive pedal with a three way tone stack provides more control over your tone while a mix of silicone and germanium diodes create truly unique drive characteristics. When these elements are combined with the famous (almost mythical) JRC4558D opamp you get a pedal that goes from slight overdrive to moderate distortion. Click Here for your chance to win.

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